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JCMO contractor pleads in case

A Cole County contractor pleads no contest to multiple counts of theft and deceptive business practices. Our news partner ABC – 17 says Ken Jinson has been placed on five years of supervised probation after a hearing in Cole County circuit court Thursday. Jinson also has to pay restitution as …

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One dead – one badly hurt in JCMO m-cycle crash

A Jefferson City man is dead, and his passenger has life-threatening injuries, after a motorcycle crash. Police say Shawn Cochran lost control of his bike on a curve of Clark Avenue near Lincoln University late last (thur) night. Cochran and Morrigan Carpenter of Columbia were ejected as the motorcycle hit …

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JCPD death investigation

Jefferson City Police are investigating an apparent death on the city’s east side. Officers are still on the scene in the 14 – hundred block of East Miller. Neighbors say they heard gunshots late last night. No word on any suspects or arrests.  

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Senator Kehoe in Home Stretch

Senator Mike Kehoe says he and his colleagues are busy with the final three weeks of the Legislative Session set to close on May 12th.  He appeared on KWOS Open Air to talk about the session up to this point and what is left remaining to do.

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Tolls roads for I-70? Don’t hold your breath

Would you pay to drive on a toll road if it guaranteed well – maintained smooth highways? State Rep Jay Barnes has always backed the idea for the interstates … But Barnes says a push to put in toll roads didn’t get much support at the Statehouse. A proposal to …

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Still no sign of a Fulton disabled man

The search for Carl DeBrodie continues. The 31-year-old mentally disabled man walked away from his group home early Monday morning. He has not been seen since. Yesterday, friends and family of DeBrodie searched heavily wooded areas near the group home on Claymine Drive without success.

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